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  1. Yorkshire's Tuesday weather forecast

    Rain and hill snow will gradually push eastwards this morning, becoming heavy in the afternoon.

    This evening, the rain and hill snow will clear to the east.

    Into the night, it will be rather cloudy and largely dry, although occasional showers are possible:

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  2. Yorkshire's Monday weather forecast

    BBC Weather

    After a frosty and clear start to the day, remaining dry and fine with a moderate breeze.

    This evening will be chilly, dry and clear. Into the night, it will stay dry but cloud cover will gradually increase:

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  3. Flood warnings in place on rivers across Yorkshire

    A total of 10 flood warnings - meaning immediate action should be taken as flooding is expected - are in place in Yorkshire associated with heavy rain brought by Storm Christoph last week.

    River Ouse in flood

    The warnings include the River Aire at Allerton Ings in West Yorkshire, the River Ouse in York, and the River Derwent at Stamford Bridge on the border between North and East Yorkshire.

    There are also eight flood alerts - meaning flooding is possible, be prepared - in place on Yorkshire's rivers.

    No significant rainfall is forecast for the next 24 hours, but further unsettled weather is expected later this week, according to the Environment Agency.

  4. Flood warnings in place on rivers across Yorkshire

    A total of 31 flood warnings - meaning immediate action should be taken as flooding is expected - are in place in Yorkshire following heavy rain brought by Storm Christoph earlier in the week.

    Car in flood water

    There are also 24 flood alerts - meaning flooding is possible, be prepared - in place on Yorkshire's rivers.

    People in York whose homes are at risk of flooding due to high river levels in the city following Storm Christoph are "safe", a city councillor has said.

    Councillor Paula Widdowson said: "The next high peak for the river is predicted for noon today at 4.7m, so I'm confident the flood defences will hold."

    Meanwhile, in Malton in North Yorkshire the River Derwent peaked at about 06:20 this morning at 5.05m above normal levels.

    The leader of Ryedale District Council, Keane Duncan, said: "It's a slightly tense situation, but I'd like to reassure residents we're doing all we can and I'm hopeful we can keep things under control".

    There are flood warnings in place for parts of Hull, on the River Aire in West Yorkshire and on the River Swale and River Ure in North Yorkshire.

  5. Yorkshire's Friday weather forecast

    BBC Weather

    Today will be bright but chilly in Yorkshire with spells of sunshine and occasional showers.

    Tonight will be cold with clear spells and the risk of a few rain, sleet or snow showers:

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  6. North Yorkshire braced for flooding as river levels rise

    Dozens of properties are at risk of flooding and more than 40 flood warnings are in place as Storm Christoph causes disruption across North Yorkshire.

    Flooded river ouse in York

    In York, up to 95 properties in the Strensall to Yearsley Baths area could be hit by rising water from the River Foss, according to City of York Council.

    Any flooding is expected to affect gardens and outbuildings rather than entering homes, the council said.

    Council officers are going door to door to hand out sandbags and urge residents to deploy flood defences.

    City of York Councillor, Paula Widdowson, said; "The Environment Agency said the river will rise to more than 4m above its normal level. We're safe until it goes over 5m.

    "All the flood barriers and all the pumps have been deployed to make sure they're ready to go should they need to."

  7. Storm Christoph: Yorkshire flood warnings latest

    A total of 67 flood warnings - meaning immediate action should be taken as flooding is expected - are now in place in Yorkshire following heavy rain brought by Storm Christoph overnight.

    Cars in flood spray

    There are also 49 flood alerts - meaning flooding is possible, be prepared - in place on the county's rivers.

    The warnings include Cod Beck at Thirsk in North Yorkshire where the Environment Agency (EA) say areas most at risk are Finkle Street and Riverside Mews.

    In East Yorkshire there's a warning for low lying properties in the Upper Hull catchment around Frodingham Bridge where the EA says flooding of property, roads and farmland is possible.

    The level of the River Aire at Shipley in West Yorkshire is expected to peak in the next few hours, with a risk of flooding to property, roads and farmland.

    In South Yorkshire river levels appear to have now peaked but the EA says they still remain at levels where flooding is expected.

    A Met Office amber warning for rain is now over, replaced by a yellow "be aware" weather warning for ice in place for parts of the region.

  8. Flooding closes roads on Teesside

    Cleveland Police has advised people only to travel if the journey is essential after a number of roads were closed due to flooding caused by Storm Christoph.

    There is disruption in the Redcar, Marske, Saltburn and Guisborough areas.

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    Flooding has also blocked the rail line between York and Darlington.

    LNER says a number of trains have been cancelled or amended and it is in the process of sourcing a rail replacement service.

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  9. Yorkshire's Thursday weather forecast

    BBC Weather

    Today will be cloudy with showers, sunny intervals and strong winds.

    Winds will slowly ease and cloud will clear for most to leave a largely dry night with clear skies.

    A yellow "be prepared" warning for ice has been issued by the Met Office.

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  10. Flood warnings in place overnight for North Yorkshire

    There are more than 50 flood warnings currently in place for Yorkshire as rain continues to fall across the region.

    The Ouse in York

    The Met Office issued an amber "be prepared" weather warning for heavy rain overnight.

    The flood warnings mean people living or working in those areas need to take immediate action, like moving valuables upstairs or placing sandbags outside their homes.

    In York, the River Ouse is expected to peak on Friday.

    There are flood warnings in place in for becks in Northallerton, for the River Swale in Skipton on Swale and for the River Ouse in York.

    Ben Hughes from the EA said: "In York, we work closely with City of York Council and Yorkshire Water to erect temporary defences and put pumps in vulnerable locations to keep the water out."

    A full list of the flood warnings can be found on the Environment Agency's website.

    Pumps in York

    You can listen to a special programme looking at the weather situation as it develops on your local BBC local radio station throughout the night.

  11. Envelope update

    Severe disruption: A174 North Yorkshire both ways

    BBC News Travel

    A174 North Yorkshire both ways severe disruption, between Longbeck Road and B1269 Fishponds Road.

    A174 North Yorkshire - A174 in Middlesbrough closed in both directions between the Longbeck Road junction and the B1269 Fishponds Road junction, because of flooding.

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

  12. Flood warnings in place across Yorkshire

    There are currently 20 flood warnings in place across Yorkshire this afternoon due to heavy rain, meaning people living or working in those areas need to take immediate action.

    A flood warning sign

    The Environment Agency says the warnings mean flooding is expected in these affected areas.

    Flood warnings are currently in place at: